Richard White joined Complete Payroll in June of 2013, serving as the Director of Client Services. He was most attracted to Complete Payroll by the value that the company places on customer and employee satisfaction. Rich brings a wealth of experience managing financial transitions of all shapes and sizes. He has over eight years of IT/Financial project management experience and over 12 years of accounting experience. Rich has managed global payroll transitions for several large corporations while working at CloudPay, along with financial migrations driven by acquisition/divestiture/outsourcing deals while employed with IBM. Rich has managed teams across almost every country in the Americas, as well as the majority of Asia, and has worked side-by-side with all levels of organizations large and small. Prior to joining IBM, Rich graduated with honors from SUNY College at Brockport, where he obtained a Bachelor of Science majoring in Accounting and minoring in Economics. He is currently a PMI certified Project Manager (PMP). Complete Payroll’s core values combined with Rich’s experience and leadership are an excellent recipe for continued success for Complete Payroll and our clients and partners. Outside the office doors, Rich enjoys spending time with family, friends, and his Harley Davidson.
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